As part of the Bentley University Office of Sustainability’s #EarthDayatBentley celebration, Joshua Boger will be in the McGladrey Art Gallery on Wednesday, April 22nd from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Stop by to meet Dr. Boger and view his exhibit of underwater photography from the reefs of Wakaya Island, Fiji. Light refreshments will be served.
Welcome, all new students! At the beginning of your Bentley journey, we’d like to invite you to drop in to our open house during First Week:
Passport to the Library
Wednesday, August 29 and Thursday, August 30
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Drop in anytime between 10:00 and 1:00 to meet the friendly library crew, hear about all the ways we can help you, and get a head start navigating around this campus hub. On the self-guided tour, you’ll discover that the library is way more than just books. Collect six or more stamps on your library passport, and be entered to win a Kindle, Red Sox tickets, and other fabulous prizes!
You’ll learn about essential library resources like:
- reserving group study rooms
- checking out free and discounted museum passes
- getting access to virtually any book or article you need
- our new collection of downloadable e-books and audiobooks
- and more!
We look forward to seeing you at the library on Wednesday or Thursday, and throughout the year!
Governor Deval Patrick has proclaimed October 2011 to be Massachusetts Information Literacy Month. Never heard of it? The official proclamation says that information literacy:
“provides the tools and skills to find, evaluate and use credible information from all sources in our constantly evolving world”
“Individuals who are comfortable working with the informational resources available in the digital world are able to seek highly skilled jobs and compete at high levels in the global economy.”
Information literacy is crucial to seeking and understanding information, whether you’re writing a research paper, making health-related decisions, or trying to find unbiased news coverage.
Want to see what the Bentley Library does to promote information literacy? Visit our Information Literacy and Instruction Research Guide to learn about library instruction and initiatives related to finding, evaluating, and using information of all kinds.
Curious about what this has to do with being a member of the business community or of a business university? Come to the library’s October 26 event “Who Wrote This and Why Should I Care? Evaluating and Understanding Information in a Business Context.” A panel of experts will discuss the challenges of evaluating information, and being information literate, in an ever-changing information landscape. More information can be found in this blog post.
For even more information on information literacy, click on the badge in this post to be taken to the website of the National Forum on Information Literacy.
December 14, 2009 – February 12, 2010
Opening on December 14, 2009, our new exhibit features paintings by artist Mark Johnson. All are invited to an opening reception for the artist on Thursday, December 17, 2009, from 4:30pm – 7:00pm. Meet the artist, view the art, enjoy the refreshments!
To learn more about the artist, or to preview more of his paintings, please visit his web site at http://www.mhjohnson.net/.
Located on the main floor of the Bentley Library, the Caturano & Company Art Gallery is free and open to the public. Check the online hours calendar for information about the Library’s hours.
The Bentley Library extends a warm welcome to the Blue and Gold Society, and sends congratulations to the Class of 1959 on their induction into the society. We are pleased to be a part of this year’s celebration. Formal tours are being held on Wednesday, June 10, at 10:30am and 2:30pm. If you can’t make a tour please feel free to visit at any time and explore our beautiful building. We look forward to meeting you!